'Futurama' will be resurrected as a mobile game
Bite my shiny metal smartphone.
'Star Wars' promo turns your Google account to the dark side
Google asks users to join the marketing side of the Force
Facebook at Work rolls out a dedicated chat app on Android
It's Facebook Messenger for you and your coworkers (if your company is in the beta).
WSJ: China's government wants homegrown, backdoor-free phones
Here's the downside: no WiFi, no GPS and no Bluetooth
Telegram founder knew ISIS was using his service before Paris attacks (updated)
"I think that privacy, ultimately, and the right for privacy is more important than our fear of bad things happening, like terrorism," Telegram founder Pavel Durov said at TechCrunch Disrupt in September.
Amazon offers a free screenwriting tool to discover new stories
Amazon's looking to help screenwriters get discovered, and do some discovering of its own in the process.
Let's have an argument about encryption
A backdoor isn't a privacy problem, it's a security one.
Google Fit gets real-time stats and grabs data from more wearables
Google Fit now provides real-time stats for your runs and accesses info from other wellness apps and wearables.
SeatGeek lets you easily resell tickets, transfer them to friends
SeatGeek hopes to make selling tickets as easy as buying them.